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Term:
negative regulation of mature B cell apoptotic process (GO:0002906)
Annotations: Rat: (5) Mouse: (5) Human: (4) Chinchilla: (4) Bonobo: (4) Dog: (1) Squirrel: (1) Pig: (2)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
negative regulation of activated T cell autonomous cell death 
negative regulation of activation-induced cell death of T cells  
negative regulation of antigen processing and presentation +   
negative regulation of antigen receptor-mediated signaling pathway +   
negative regulation of B cell deletion +  
negative regulation of erythrocyte clearance  
negative regulation of hemocyte differentiation +  
negative regulation of hemocyte proliferation 
negative regulation of hemopoiesis +   
negative regulation of immune effector process +   
negative regulation of immune response +   
negative regulation of leukocyte activation +   
negative regulation of leukocyte migration +   
negative regulation of mast cell apoptotic process  
negative regulation of mature B cell apoptotic process  
Any process that stops, prevents, or reduces the frequency, rate, or extent of mature B cell apoptotic process.
negative regulation of neutrophil apoptotic process  
negative regulation of nucleotide-binding oligomerization domain containing signaling pathway +   
negative regulation of T cell costimulation +   
negative regulation of tolerance induction +   
negative regulation of toll-like receptor signaling pathway +   
positive regulation of mature B cell apoptotic process 
regulation of mature B cell apoptotic process +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: down regulation of mature B cell apoptosis ;   downregulation of mature B cell apoptosis
Narrow Synonyms: inhibition of mature B cell apoptosis ;   negative regulation of mature B cell apoptosis
Definition Sources: GOC:add, GOC:mtg_apoptosis

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